- Trulieve Cannabis (CSE:TRUL) has announced that it will open a new cannabis dispensary in South Titusville, Florida
- The opening will bring the company’s state-wide total to 46 locations, with 48 nationwide
- Trulieve currently stocks a range of THC and CBD products, including smokable cannabis, concentrates, tinctures, topical creams, and vaporisers
- The company’s newest dispensary will officially open on April 18, 2020
- Trulieve Cannabis (TRUL) is up 0.31 per cent to C$12.74 per share, with a market cap of $1.4 billion
Trulieve Cannabis (CSE:TRUL) has announced that it will open a new cannabis dispensary in South Titusville, Florida.
The “seed-to-sale” company was the state’s first, and currently largest fully-licensed medical cannabis operator.
The company currently offers a range of THC and CBD products, including smokable cannabis, concentrates, tinctures, topical creams and vaporizers.
It cultivates all of its products in-house and distributes them to Trulieve-branded stores throughout Florida. It also distributes products directly to patients via home delivery. Trulieve Cannabis also operates in California, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.
The South Titusville store, on Columbia Boulevard, will mark the company’s 46th location state-wide, bringing its national total to 48.
Trulieve said that the opening will support its mission to expand and ensure safe, reliable patient access across Florida’s “Space Coast.”
Trulieve’s CEO, Kim Rivers, commented on the opening of the new store, which will officially commence business on April 18.
“With the uncertainty brought on by COVID-19, we are working hard to continue to meet patients’ needs and demands. We are also taking proactive steps to keep our employees and customers safe.
“Expanding access on the Space Coast allows us to bring direct access to patients across the state, with online ordering, in-store pick-up options, and state-wide delivery available to help patients,” she said.
To facilitate a smooth and virus-conscious opening, Trulieve will offer patients the ability to make their purchases online. The company will seek to reduce the number of in-store customers by arranging scheduled pick-up appointments.
“Our priority right now is to continue providing safe, reliable access to the medications patients have come to rely on.
“We will continue to update and adapt our policies and procedures company-wide as new information comes out,” Kim concluded.
Trulieve Cannabis (TRUL) is up 0.31 per cent to C$12.74 per share at 3:05pm EST.